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Sandymount Hotel is offering the perfect Shopping Special for you this November & December.

Book your Dublin Christmas shopping break with the 4 star Sandymount Hotel before it’s too late. Explore the magic of Dublin this time of year and allow the famous Grafton Street Christmas lights guide you on your way through the variety of shops and beautiful sights that Dublin has to offer. Shop until you drop and return to the hotel to enjoy a well-deserved, chilled bottle of Prosecco followed by an overnight stay in one of their warm and cosy bedrooms. Breakfast is also included the following morning in the newly refurbished Whittys Restaurant.

2017 has been a great year for Dublin’s largest Independent Family-run hotel having been awarded their 4th Star from Fáilte Ireland and more recently, winning Europe’s Leading Green Hotel at the World Travel Awards. With the Aviva Stadium playing host to the Autumn Rugby Internationals in November, Christmas Lights being switched on around the city on November 19th, Imelda May in the 3 Arena and Miss Saigon and Gavin James in the nearby Bord Gáis Energy Theatre, Dublin is the perfect place to visit this festive season.

Sandymount Hotel boasts the perfect location in Dublin 4, located minutes from the City Centre and only a short drive to Dundrum Shopping Centre. You can relax after a long day shopping and enjoy a delicious meal in the Line Out Bar or perhaps indulge on some of their fantastic evening cocktails. With complimentary parking Sandymount Hotel is the ideal hotel to stay in for your Dublin visit.

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